Translucent deep cobalt blue, with translucent honey brown, opaque white, opaque light blue, and opaque yellow trails. Everted, rounded rim; cylindrical neck, expanding slightly downward, with fine indent around base; globular body; concave bottom. Striped mosaic pattern of applied trails wound round on a blue ground and then tooled in four strokes, alternating upward and downward, into a broad feather pattern. Broken and repaired, with one large chip in rim, and one hole and some small cracks in body; some large bubbles; faint iridescence and small patches of creamy white weathering.
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